Online calendar of meetings, seminars, and instrument schedules.

Lab safety manual, and UW laser safety manual.

We are extremely fortunate to be a part of the Seattle Mitosis Group, which includes the laboratories listed below. The open and collaborative environment between these groups is great fun, and it improves our science. Contact us if you are interested in attending our monthly seminars (usually held the first Thursday of the month):

Chip Asbury (UW Physiology & Biohysics)
Sue Biggins (FHCRC Basic Sciences Division)
Trisha Davis (UW Biochemistry)
Alex Paredez (UW Biology)
Akiko Shimamura (FHCRC Clinical Research Division)
Linda Wordeman (UW Physiology & Biophysics)

The University of Washington is a fantastic place to do biophysics research. We interact frequently with members of the following biophysics labs:

Anton Andreev (UW Physics)
Bill Atkins (UW Medicinal Chemistry)
Matt Bush (UW Chemistry)
Carlos Catalano (UW Medicinal Chemistry)
Champak Chatterjee (UW Chemistry)
Dan Chiu (UW Chemistry)
Peter Detwiler (UW Physiology & Biophysics)
Adrienne Fairhall (UW Physiolgy & Biophysics)
Sharona Gordon (UW Physiology & Biophysics)
Jens Gundlach (UW Physics)
Bertil Hille (UW Physiology & Biophysics)
Sarah Keller (UW Chemistry)
Rachel Klevit (UW Biochemistry)
Justin Kollman (UW Biochemistry)
Kelly Lee (UW Medicinal Chemistry)
Lutz Maibaum (UW Chemistry)
Dusty Maly (UW Chemistry)
Alex Merz (UW Biochemistry)
Mike Regnier (UW Bioengineering)
Fred Rieke (HHMI, UW Physiology & Biophysics)
Fernando Santana (UW Physiology & Biophysics)
Michael Schick (UW Physics)
Nate Sniadecki (UW Mechanical Engineering)
Stefan Stoll (UW Chemistry)
Wendy Thomas (UW Bioengineering)
Josh Vaughan (UW Chemistry)
Paul Wiggins (UW Physics)
Bill Zagotta (UW Physiology & Biophysics)
Jesse Zatalan (UW Chemistry)

Graduate students usually join us through one of several interdepartmental programs here at UW, such as the Molecular and Cell Biology program, the new Biological Physics, Structure, and Design program, and the Medical Scientist Training program.

How to find us: We are located in the Health Sciences Building G-wing, rooms G-212 (lab) and G-225 (offices). It is easy to get lost in our building, which resembles a maze. The following maps may be helpful:

Asbury lab on UW campus map (pdf)
Asbury lab on a map of the Health Sciences Building (pdf)

We are very grateful for financial support from the following sources:

National Institutes of Health (National Institute for General Medical Sciences)
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Packard Foundation (Fellowship for Science and Engineering)
Kinship Foundation & Chicago Community Trust (Searle Scholars Program)
UW Marian Smith Junior Faculty Research Fund
UW Royalty Research Fund
UW Physiology & Biophysics Department
UW School of Medicine


Home | Research | People | Publications | Photos | Positions | News | Links